All children, except one, grow up.' Peter Pan
Wendy, Michael and John are sleeping when the window of their nursery blows open and lets in a very remarkable boy, Peter Pan, and his fairy, Tinker Bell. Peter soon entices the three children from their beds and out through the window to Neverland. There, they encounter mermaids, fairies, the Lost Boys, the Indian princess Tiger Lily and her tribe, and do battle with an villainous gang of pirates and their leader, the sinister Captain Hook, in a magical adventure which has enchanted generations of children and adults.
“Peter Pan is one of those very British stories which deals with anxiety about emotion. It's about the dread of growing up - a subject about which author J.M. Barrie felt very strongly. He then turned this fear into a myth which touches everybody”
Christopher Biggins, Daily Mail
“Intensely moving as well as enchanting in its evocation of childhood, the heartlessness of youth and parental grief as children grow older”
“One of the classic children's stories of all time”